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La Intimo to celebrate disability day by giving more power to ‘stubborn souls’

La Intimo, India’s first premium intimate wear brand, knows no limits when it comes to differently-abled people. Come December 3, La Intimo will be celebrating the disability day by giving more power to the specially-abled people.

La Intimo has written many success stories till now. So far it has only spread its wings. Now it’s the time for them to fly and make these specially-abled people fly. La Intimo’s efforts are not limited to words only. It has put its word into action long before by making Sourav Gupta its brand ambassador.

Saourav, who became paralyzed at the age of 15 due to an accident, could not achieve his first dream of becoming a cricketer but the disability did not stop him from excelling in his other career choice of becoming a model. Today, La Intimo with its brand ambassador Sourav, want to spread the ray of hope for all the specially-abled ‘stubborn souls’ out there that nothing is impossible and ‘disability is only a state of mind’.

La Intimo believes in inner beauty and knows that a great change comes with a great commitment. Thus, it passionately weaves and designs innerwear which not only makes you feel comfortable but fills you with confidence.

La Intimo invites you to be a witness of the success stories and the changes it has brought for the stubborn souls through its commitment. Come and join us on at 2.45pm on December 3 at Juniper Hall, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi.

About La Intimo
Conceptualized in 2011, La Intimo is India’s first premium innerwear brand with a focus on comfortable clothing for men and women. With its ‘Stubborn Souls on the Ramp’ initiative, La Intimo has conceived a vision that runs beyond the skin and finds beauty in pristine smiles of the humans irrespective of their outer appearance, especially for differently-abled people. Its vision is to create a society which is not only empathetic towards the differently abled but also supports equality and inclusion.

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